April Magazine 2023: Regeneration

Cover of RLN's April issue on the theme of "Regeneration." Two purple flower buds are shown from a low angle emerging from brown earth, with the sun rising in the background.


Regenerative forces can be felt throughout this month’s issue.

In our Community Catechesis section Tapji Garba writes on resurrection and “the good life.”

Then March’s “Ours to Tell: Celebrating Black History” event, which marked the inauguration of Black Anglicans of Canada, Diocese of Rupert’s Land chapter, is featured. Included is a note from Zilla Jones and Wilson Akinwale on the history of Black Anglican organizing in the Anglican Church of Canada and within the Diocese of Rupert’s Land. This is followed by a reworking from Edmund Laldin of his powerful homily given at the event which speaks on the treatment of BIPOC persons in the Anglican Church of Canada.

Finally, Meredith Robinson reflects on St. Thomas Weston’s “Kreative” programs which offer “inclusive, safe, reliable” support to the Weston community’s members.

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